Clear Lake Logging Company is a single baseboard, freelanced narrowgauge logging layout based on prototypical railroad practices in the Skagit County of Washington state, USA during the early 1900's. It is a point to point layout serving two logging camps and a millsite township. There are two switchbacks, three wye tracks, two high trestles and a 4% ruling grade. Although there were no major narrowgauge railroads in the state of Washington, the equipment available for Trainz necessitated use of narrowgauge track and equipment to simulate the prototype. Narrowgauge equipment is fitting for this type of layout.
Working within the limits of a single baseboard, some of the topography has been exaggerated and the trackwork within operating areas is very compact. This allows for a good balance between scenic viewing and realistic operations.
Route Designer - Rich Blake
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